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Dispelling The Biggest Myth About Investing

Highlights the 3-Factor Model of investment returns that was introduced by Kenneth French. "What matters is not just our overall stock/bond split, but also our portfolio's orientation to small vs. large stocks and value vs. growth...

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‘Execution, key to innovation excellence’

Vijay Govindarajan says, “There is a need for an institutional framework and incentives; without an eco-system, individuals cannot innovate.”

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Our Looming Productivity-Growth Crisis

Dean Matthew Slaughter notes, "There is a constellation of policies that raise the likelihood that companies and individuals in the private sector can really be innovative."

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Argentine Bonds: Time for a Distressed Debt Exit?

Diego Ferro T’93 discusses Argentina's first bond sale since the nation reached a deal to settle a dispute with creditors and look at investment opportunities in Brazil. “The challenges that they are facing are large. The...

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The Best Way to Improve Health Care Delivery...

Chris Trimble suggests creating small, full-time clinical teams to reform and deliver superior care for specific patient populations.

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The best small cap stocks for 2016

Cites a study by Kenneth French in discussing “high expectations for pint-sized firms.”

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What Ruthless Innovators Can Learn from the New...

Vijay Govindarajan says the New England Patriots provide a superior example of how to get "Box One" of his "Three Box Solution" framework right by leveraging resources to maximize results.

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2017 Best Graduate Schools Preview: Top 10 Business Schools

Tuck is ranked as one of the top 10 business schools in a sneak peek at U.S. News & World Report's 2017 Best Graduate Schools rankings. The actual rankings will be available on March 16.

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Boston Consulting Group, Bain, McKinsey Are Boosting B-School...

Eighteen percent of Tuck graduates in 2015 were hired by three consulting firms. “There is strong demand from students and from [consulting firm] recruiters,” says Jonathan Masland.

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Financial-Stability Blindness at the Fed

Peter Fisher discusses the tendency of central bankers to focus on the macroeconomic impact of monetary policy, while lacking sufficient acknowledgment of the likely impact on financial stability, and in turn the resulting...

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Get your bonus? Nah, I missed my climate...

Quotes Anant Sundaram in an article about using financial incentives to meet environmental objectives in the corporate world. Sundaram argues that empirical evidence about the subject is very difficult to obtain. "But the fact is...

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MIT, Tuck, Columbia Partner With Singapore Online Firm...

Highlights Leonard Greenhalgh and the work he has done at Tuck to improve programs for minorities, entrepreneurial women, and Native Americans. “The Tuck School began serving minority entrepreneurs in 1980 to foster economic...

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